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DAC Advice for Genelec Novice?

youngbuzz, modified 4 Years ago.

DAC Advice for Genelec Novice?

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 8/2/18 Recent Posts


Please excuse my ignorance, but I'm after some advice with regards the best solution for the scenario below:

I have decided on a pair of Genelec G Two Active Speakers and an F One Active Subwoofer for use at home in our living room, sat either side of the tv (Sony Bravia). I would like to have them connected to the tv and will also want to stream music via bluetooth on occassions.

Am I correct in thinking that a DAC is fit for purpose, and if so, please could you advise the most appropriate DAC or 'kit' I should look to invest in to get the best out of the Genelec speakers and subwoofer. I have been advised that a Cambirdge Audio CNX (V2) is great for this?

Any support or advice in this respect would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards